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Jan 01, 2019 · A material is crushed in a Blake jaw crusher such that the average size of particle is reduced from 50 to 10 mm with the consumption of energy of 13.0 kW/(kg/s). What would be the consumption of energy needed to crush the same material of an average size of 75 mm to an average …

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